Built in 1893 on the famous Strivers Row in Harlem, a street once dubbed “a historic gem of New York City architecture,” West 138th Street is a stunning single-family home. Exquisitely renovated, this home was masterfully restored to preserve original architectural details including its flooring, fireplaces, wood mouldings, doors, casings, picture mouldings and high ceilings. This home boasts 3+ bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms as well as a luxurious floor-through master suite with private bathroom, large closets, library, and terrace.
A chef’s kitchen on the spacious parlour floor provides ample storage utilizing double-height cabinets, liberal drawer space, a grand pantry and walk-in larder. High-end appliances and a terrace for alfresco dining take this space to the next level.
Six bathrooms showcase gorgeous tile work and shining fixtures that complement the upscale elegance of the home’s design. Fully wired for audio/visual and offering a recreation space and bar, this home is primed for entertainment. Natural light floods this home from both north and south windows, terrace doors, Juliet balcony and enormous skylights in the top floor stairwell and bathrooms. This home also offers a private two-car parking garage, a rare luxury in Manhattan.